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2017 DRaysBay Community Prospect list continued

We asked for more votes, and many of you provided them

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There was demand to extend the list past 30, so we did. Using a Google form, we asked for your top 10 prospects not already on the community list. We got 27 responses, which I think is pretty good since it required a lot more effort than the usual voting.

To tally the votes, I awarded 10 points for every 31st-place vote, nine for 32nd-place, and so on, like college sports polls. In total, 43 more prospects received at least one vote. Of those 43, 20 had three or more votes, so I extended the list to 50. Here are the results:


Player Points
Player Points
RHP Austin Pruitt 175
SS Jake Cronenworth 162
RHP Greg Harris 131
LHP Jose Alvarado 116
OF Johnny Field 114
RHP Michael Santos 103
OF Eleardo Cabrera 96
OF Ryan Boldt 73
RHP Easton McGee 65
LHP Travis Ott 65
RHP Yonny Chirinos 55
OF Nathan Lukes 47
C Jonah Heim 39
IF Kean Wong 34
RHP Jhonleider Salinas 26
RHP Ryan Garton 24
LHP Resly Linares 23
RHP Brandon Koch 22
IF Michael Russell 18
RHP Diego Castillo 16

I broke the one tie by counting how many ballots each player appeared on (17 for McGee, 16 for Ott). No player appeared on all 27 ballots.

And here are the other players who were named, in alphabetical order:

  • RHP Peter Bayer
  • LHP Kyle Bird
  • LHP Brock Burke
  • RHP Jhoanbert Cedeno
  • OF Cade Gotta
  • IF Jake Hager
  • 1B Dalton Kelly
  • RHP Andrew Kittredge
  • C Zacrey Law
  • 1B Nathaniel Lowe
  • RHP Deivy Mendez
  • RHP Spencer Moran
  • RHP Diego Moreno
  • RHP Jose Mujica
  • C Justin O’Conner
  • C Rene Pinto
  • LHP Kenny Rosenberg
  • OF Manny Sanchez
  • RHP Joe Serrapica
  • IF Deion Tansel
  • RHP Zack Trageton
  • RHP Dylan Thompson
  • RHP Cameron Varga

Again, thank you for your participation in the voting this offseason. It won’t be long until we’re looking at minor league box scores again.